Loveland, Ohio – The Loveland, Ohio non-profit “Ben Morrison Fund” and Tori Morrison have announced the date of the 2023 2nd Annual Ben’s Birthday Bash will be February 19th, 2023.  

The Ben Morrison Fund was recently honored by the Little Miami River Chamber Alliance as their “Hometown Hero”.

The event will take place at the Fowling Warehouse and will feature tournament-style fowling, BBQ provided by JD’s Meat Shack, and the auctioning of the fan-favorite “Liquor Trove.”  

All proceeds will go directly to helping young people struggling with mental health crises, normalizing conversations about mental health, and building hope. Every year the Ben Morrison Fund gives scholarships to graduating Loveland seniors and works to erase the stigma of mental health struggles in honor and in the memory of their son Ben.

“We are so grateful for the support we receive to strengthen our efforts to help erase the stigma of mental health struggles and to help those struggling to move forward,” says Tori Morrison, President of the Ben Morrison Fund and Ben’s mom. “This event is particularly special to me as it celebrates Ben’s life as well as his lasting legacy of helping others.  It’s a lot of fun, we hope you will come join us!”

Ben’s Birthday Bash will take place February 19th from noon until 3 PM at the Fowling Warehouse in Cincinnati. $20 Tickets can be purchased in advance at or at the door. Participation in the tournament is $5. Lunch will be provided. 

“We are so grateful for our sponsors, volunteers, and our incredible community for their continuous support as we work to make a lasting difference in helping young people continue their story,” said Stacey Lund, Vice President of the Ben Morrison Fund. 

To learn more about the Ben Morrison Fund or to donate, visit You can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. 

The Ben Morrison Fund: The Ben Morrison Fund is dedicated to erasing the stigma of mental health struggles, giving hope, starting conversations, and supporting lifelines to help save the lives of young people in crisis.  If you are or know someone in crisis, please reach out to your trusted circle or dial 988 for help.

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